2/24 – Rob Knight’s “Sunny & Warm” Wednesday Morning Forecast

Expect sunshine mixed in with just a few clouds this afternoon as temperatures will continue to be above seasonal norms…in the upper 60s to the low to mid 70s. Main focus for today will be the increasing moisture flow from the south.

Tonight the focus will shift to a weak surface front ever so slowly draping south into the lower MS valley region. A few weakly forced, shallow showers will be possible near and just behind the front as it eventually stalls somewhere in the central portion of Mississippi Thursday. I’m not anticipating any active weather as thunder will be very hard to come by. Going into Thursday night, a weakening disturbance will ride along this boundary to the east elevating lift through the atmosphere.

By Friday, widespread rain/convection is expected to our north followed by a weak reinforcing pull of drier air behind the departing system will allow the front to finally push south once again. The front will slowly drift back north for the weekend with low end chances for a few t-storms due to daytime heating.

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